The Kroc Institute's interdisciplinary core faculty is growing with the addition of a sociologist, a psychologist, and a political scientist.
Former Ohio governor John J. Gilligan, professor emeritus of law at the University of Notre Dame and the founding director of the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, died Monday (Aug. 26) at his home in Cincinnati. He was 92.
The student leaders of Notre Dame Women in International Security invite women at Notre Dame and Saint Mary’s College who are interested in global and human security to join them for learning, professional development, and networking in the 2013-14 year.
Courses are taught by faculty at the Kroc Institute as well as in the Departments of Anthropology, Political Science, Sociology, Theology, and History
Fourteen second-year peace studies students will spend six months working for leading peace and justice groups in Israel/Palestine, the Philippines, South Africa, Uganda, Bhutan, and the United States.
Fifty-five faculty from 19 colleges and universities are attending the Kroc Institute’s Summer Institute for Faculty, “Teaching Peace in the 21st Century,” June 9-14.
Pul, coordinator of the Africa Justice and Peace Working Group for Catholic Relief Services, will research transitional justice practices in post-conflict communities.
We welcomed the former Deputy Prime Minister of Nepal, Cabinet Ministers, and senior peace process facilitators to a Kroc Institute seminar, funded by the Swiss Foreign Ministry.
Musicians, artists, performers, writers, scholars, and student-artists gathered at the Kroc Institute to explore connections among music, literature and peacebuilding.